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Irish Arts Review

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Category : Art
Languages : en
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William Crozier

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Author: S. B. Kennedy
Publisher: Lund Humphries Pub Limited
ISBN: 9780853319719
Size: 60.96 MB
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Category : Art
Languages : en
Pages : 208
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Book Description: William Crozier was born in Glasgow in 1930 and educated at the Glasgow School of Art. He spent time in Paris and Dublin before settling in London where he quickly gained a reputation through the early success and notoriety of his exhibitions of assemblages and paintings. This is the first major monograph on his work.

Sources In Irish Art

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Author: Fintan Cullen
Publisher: Cork University Press
ISBN: 9781859181553
Size: 39.24 MB
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Category : Architecture
Languages : en
Pages : 325
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Book Description: "The publication of these texts in a single volume enables the reader to create useful historical comparisons as well as facilitating the careful examination of historical documents. Sources in Irish Art: A Reader will be an ideal text for Irish Studies and relevant Art History courses both at undergraduate and postgraduate levels."--BOOK JACKET.

A New History Of Ireland Volume Vi

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Author: W. E. Vaughan
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0191574589
Size: 13.15 MB
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Category : History
Languages : en
Pages : 1018
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Book Description: A New History of Ireland is the largest scholarly project in modern Irish history. In 9 volumes, it provides a comprehensive new synthesis of modern scholarship on every aspect of Irish history and prehistory, from the earliest geological and archaeological evidence, through the Middle Ages, down to the present day. Volume VI opens with a character study of the period, followed by ten chapters of narrative history, and a study of Ireland in 1914. It includes further chapters on the economy, literature, the Irish language, music, arts, education, administration and the public service, and emigration.

Art Ireland And The Irish Diaspora

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Author: Éimear O'Connor
ISBN: 9781788551496
Size: 53.81 MB
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Category : Art
Languages : en
Pages : 350
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Book Description: Art, Ireland and the Irish Diaspora reveals a labyrinth of social and cultural connections that conspired to create and sustain an image of Ireland for the nation and for the Irish diaspora between 1893 and 1939. This era saw an upsurge of interest among patrons and collectors in New York and Chicago in the 'Irishness' of Irish art, which was facilitated by gallery owners, émigrés, philanthropists, and art-world celebrities. Leading Irish art historian, éimear O'Connor, explores the ongoing tensions between those in Ireland and the expatriate community in the US, split as they were between tradition and modernity, and between public expectation and political rhetoric, as Ireland sought to forge a post-Treaty international identity through its visual artists. Featuring a glittering cast of players including Jack. B. Yeats, George Russell (AE), Lady Gregory, and Seán Keating, and richly illustrated in colour with images from archives on both sides of the Atlantic, Art, Ireland and the Irish Diaspora presents a wealth of new research, and draws together, for the first time, a series of themes that bound the Dublin art scene with that in New York and Chicago through complex networks and contemporary publications at an extraordinary time in Ireland's history.

Ireland On Show

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Author: Fintan Cullen
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 9781409431091
Size: 59.60 MB
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Category : Art
Languages : en
Pages : 206
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Book Description: Ireland on Show analyses the impact of the display of art as a significant political and cultural feature in the make-up of nineteenth-century Ireland-and in how Ireland was viewed beyond its own shores, in particular in Great Britain and the United States. This study moves beyond museums, to address the range of art institutions in Irish cities that displayed art, from the Royal Hibernian Academy, founded in the 1820s, to Hugh Lane's Municipal Art Gallery, opened in Dublin in 1908. By highlighting the tension between unionist and nationalist viewpoints, Cullen uses the display of art to investigate the complexities of Irish cultural life before the founding of the Free State.